Big Bear Valley, CA — In light of the upcoming holiday, some meetings will be adjourned and offices closed. The Big Bear Municipal Water District will not be holding their regular meeting this Thursday, and the Big Bear Lake Planning Commission will not be meeting on Wednesday the 7th. Offices for both the City of Big Bear Lake and the Big Bear City Community Services District will be closed on Monday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day; with that, the CSD Board meeting has been adjourned for Monday as well. There is, however, one generally closed facility that will be open specifically for the holiday: the Boulder Bay Park at Big Bear Lake’s west end will be open for the Fourth of July weekend. At this week’s City Council meeting, City Manager Jeff Mathieu announced that Boulder Bay Park will be accessible, for a sneak preview early opening to include new landscaping and fishing dock, with a grand opening celebration of the lakeside park to be held in August.
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